Join Jim LaPier for an in-depth discussion in this video Sharing, part of Learning AutoCAD 360.
- Just like a drawing can't be completed…using only the Line command,…sometimes you can't do everything by yourself.…AutoCAD 360 allows you to share your file…with others in three different levels.…Collaborators, Reviewers, and Public.…Essentially, you're giving permission…for another AutoCAD 360 user to work on…or view your drawing to varying degrees.…These users are added by adding…their AutoCAD 360 account email address.…Collaborators can modify and share a drawing…in every way that you, as the owner, can.…
But they cannot upload a drawing,…add a public link,…or reset permissions themselves.…Otherwise, they can edit, download,…and view your drawing,…as well as inviting other Collaborators and Reviewers.…Reviewers can only view, share a link,…and add other Reviewers.…Sharing with a Public user only allows the user…to view your drawing and share a link.…One of the features I find most intriguing…about AutoCAD 360, is actually this sharing feature,…and let me explain why.…
Let's say my architect is in Baltimore.…The interior designer is from New York.…
- Creating an Autodesk account
- Uploading and organizing files in AutoCAD 360
- Drawing and editing
- Working with layers
- Saving and sharing drawings
- Working with the mobile app
- Using Evernote with AutoCAD 360
Skill Level Beginner
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1. A360 Suite
3. Web App: Dashboard
4. Web App: Drawing Interface
5. Web App: Sharing
6. Mobile App: General
7. Other Apps
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